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Old February 11th, 2011, 03:16 PM   #3701
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Hong Kong Airport is one of the best Airport that i've never seen before
These are some picture that i took it from my Christmas trip last December
But i think the Immigration officer are very slow, they need faster their service


I hope Mandala will rising again and flying to Hongkong again soon

Very busy airport

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Old February 14th, 2011, 03:57 PM   #3705
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HK Customs arrests woman with seizure of heroin
Saturday, January 15, 2011
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Customs officers arrested a woman at the Hong Kong International Airport and seized heroin with an estimated market value of about $4.87 million on January 13.

Customs officers intercepted a woman coming from Malaysia at the Arrival Hall of Hong Kong International Airport. Following a search, approximately 6.5kg of heroin was found from the false compartment of her suitcase and four books.

The arrestee, a 40-year-old woman who declares herself to be a saleslady, is charged with one count of trafficking in a dangerous drug. She appeared at the Tsuen Wan Magistrates' Court today (January 15).

Under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, drug trafficking is a serious offence. The maximum penalty is up to life imprisonment and a fine of $5 million.
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Old February 15th, 2011, 06:26 PM   #3706
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Old February 16th, 2011, 04:05 AM   #3707
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Hong Kong, Dubai emerge as transit hotspots
16 February 2011
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MUMBAI: Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore and Frankfurt are not merely popular destinations in their own right, they are also preferred transit hubs for passengers from India. Excellent flight connectivity, airline baggage allowance rules, cheaper tickets and reduced travel time are some reasons why outbound passenger traffic from India has increasingly opted to travel through these cities in the last three to four years.

For instance, with no direct flights from India to San Francisco, the Silicon Valley-bound IT traffic from cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai opt for the shorter eastern route via Hong Kong to reach the US west coast. "Air India has completely ignored that route. There is huge traffic from South India to these destinations," says a senior commander. "Cathay Pacific flights between the US and Hong Kong dovetail with flights from Hong Kong to India. The transit time is about three hours. It explains why Indians continued flocking to Hong Kong throughout the recession," he adds.

Similarly, Indian labourers to Lagos prefer to fly Emirates with Dubai as a transit point.

It's the same story for the thousands of Indian traders and businessmen who found China attractive in the last four-five years. "Flights from India to Hong Kong fly full round the year with businessmen and traders," says Parimal Chappia, a businessman. Singapore, Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur is not the Indian traveller's first choice to fly into China as the transit time is around six to seven hours, he says. Also, a flight from Mumbai to say, Guangzhou via Bangkok, Singapore costs about Rs 35,000 as compared to the Rs 25,000 it takes to fly to Hong Kong. "A majority favor Hong Kong. There are excellent train and air connections to cities in China from there," he adds.

For instance, a 12-minute train ride from Chek Lap Kok airport takes one to Kowloon station from where there are six trains daily to Guangzhou. The two-and-a-half hour ride costs an average of Rs 1,200. No wonder then that even during the recession passenger traffic to Hong Kong did not slow down, but rather jumped 128% in 2008-09 and 69% in 2009-2010.

For Dubai airport, which saw an average of 30% growth in passenger traffic from India every year for the last five years, it is Emirates' connectivity that works in its favour. "Flights from India and Asian destinations arrive in Dubai at 6 am and in the next two hours, a passenger can board a flight to most destinations in the US, Europe or Africa," says Tina Kanuga, director, Bathija Travels. "On return, flights arrive in Dubai from the West at midnight and in the next four hours one can fly to anywhere in Asia. Between midnight and 3 am, Dubai is teeming with passengers," she adds.

An added attraction is that Emirates allows 30 kg of free check-in baggage in economy class compared to the 20 kg offered by other airlines.

"Moreover, passengers from India flying to the US avoid US domestic carriers as they charge even for hand-baggage. So it makes sense to transit via Dubai or even Frankfurt or Munich," Kanuga says explaining the popularity of these hubs in the last few years despite recession.

Germany, for instance, has registered a steady growth in Indian air passenger traffic despite the slowdown. It saw 13.61 lakh passengers in 2009-2010, a growth of 2% from the previous year.
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Old February 16th, 2011, 11:48 AM   #3708
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Airline group says congestion over south China one of top global air traffic control problems
16 February 2011

HONG KONG (AP) - The International Air Transport Association says congestion over southern China's Pearl River Delta is one of the world's biggest air traffic control problems.

IATA chief executive Giovanni Bisignani said Wednesday that air traffic control over the region needs to be fixed. He said flight delays are still at unacceptable levels despite some improvements.

The delta is home to five major airports and thousands of manufacturers. Many of them ship goods such as electronics to overseas markets by air.

Bisignani told reporters at a briefing in Hong Kong that IATA is working to get the military, which controls China's airspace, to free up more of it for civilian use.
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Old February 16th, 2011, 08:31 PM   #3709
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Hong Kong Needs a Third Runway - Protect Connectivity with Sufficient Capacity


Hong Kong - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the authorities in Hong Kong to move forward with plans for a third runway at Hong Kong International Airport.

“Hong Kong outperforms its population size on the world stage because of its connectivity. That drives the economy and creates jobs. To protect the airport’s competitiveness, sufficient capacity is needed to support growth. The $900 million midfield terminal project will provide the passenger handling capability. But the current two runways are near saturation. I am here to make a strong plea to move forward with a third runway,” said Giovanni Bisignani, IATA’s Director General and CEO in an address to the Aerospace Forum Asia in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong International Airport was planned in 1992 to handle 87 million passengers and 9 million tonnes of cargo. Growth has been faster than anyone could have predicted. At the same time, the 60 movement per hour cap on aircraft movements limits capacity to much less than this. Even raising runway movements to 68 per hour as proposed by the Civil Aviation Department, capacity will only be 55 million passengers. In 2010, the airport handled 51 million passengers so it is already operating at about 90% of capacity.‬ In April, public consultations on the Airport Master Plan 2030 will open with a third runway being a big consideration.

“The phenomenal growth of air transport in Hong Kong has outpaced all projections taken in the early 90’s. If Hong Kong wants to continue to gain the economic benefits of a growing aviation industry a third runway will be needed. You may disagree if it will be needed in 2015 or 2020, or some other date. But it will be needed and the time to start planning is now,” said Bisignani.
Bisignani noted that aviation employs 250,000 people and supports 8% of Hong Kong’s GDP. Moreover, Hong Kong is home to 1,300 regional offices employing 140,000 people who are dependant on efficient air links.

Bisignani also commented on air traffic management in the Pearl River Delta region.

“The Pearl River Delta ranks among the top three global Air Traffic Control problems that need to be fixed—along with achieving a Single European Sky and implementing NextGen in the US. Incremental progress is being made. In 2009, new arrival routes shortened each flight from the Mainland of China, Europe and Southeast Asia by 210 kilometers. Last year, 10 conditional routes on the mainland side helped with further savings. The challenge is to keep pace with the industry’s growth,” said Bisignani.

Bisignani noted major achievements including the opening of the IATA 1 route in 2006 followed by 21 additional routes cutting a total of 2,600 nautical miles of distance, six new entry points for Polar and European operations and the 2007 introduction of Reduced Vertical Separation Minima.

“These are major advancements for which the Chinese Air Traffic Management Bureau should be congratulated. But the challenge is growing exponentially. Airspace is a finite resource from which we are working together to squeeze even more efficiency. The key will be in releasing more military airspace for civilian use. Our successes over the last decade have built the trust that can guide to a comprehensive solution that meets the needs of the airlines, travelers and the military. IATA is here to help,” said Bisignani.

On Monday, IATA announced its 2010-2014 traffic growth forecast for 3.3 billion people to be traveling in 2014—800 million more than in 2009.

Forecast highlights for China are:

* The number of Chinese domestic travelers is expected to grow from 198 million travelers in 2009 to 379 million in 2014. This 13.9% average annual growth is the fastest and second largest among domestic markets.
* Chinese international travel is expected to expand from 49.2 million passengers in 2009 to 82.1 million in 2014. This 10.8% average annual growth ranks China as the fastest growing market. By 2014, it will be the eighth largest market in the world.
* Chinese international air cargo is expected to grow from 2.1 million tonnes in 2009 to 3.8 million tonnes in 2014. This 11.7% average annual growth is the second fastest in the world and will rank China as the world’s fifth largest market for international cargo.


Forecast highlight for Hong Kong SAR are:

* The forecast anticipates that the Hong Kong market will grow by 6.7% annually from 45 million international passengers in 2009 to 62.2 million in 2014. In 2014, Hong Kong will rank as the tenth largest market for international travel.
* Hong Kong’s air cargo business is expected to grow from 3 million tonnes of cargo in 2009 to 5.3 million tonnes by 2014. This 12.2% average annual growth is the fastest in the world and will make Hong Kong the world’s second largest international air cargo hub in 2014.


The forecasts are a consensus of airline and industry sources.

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Old February 17th, 2011, 09:59 AM   #3710
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Well .. this is contingent on the IATA's efforts to liberalize the regional airspace. Once that becomes likely, then we need to push to get the 3rd runways' EA and approvals in place.
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Old February 17th, 2011, 03:51 PM   #3711
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Old February 17th, 2011, 03:55 PM   #3712
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Old February 17th, 2011, 07:16 PM   #3713
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This must be the world most open currency exchange counter in the world.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 01:51 PM   #3714
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Yes ... but I guess there are plenty of security and immigration officers within viewing distance!
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Yes ... but I guess there are plenty of security and immigration officers within viewing distance!
And it's in the restricted area on the arrival level, the thief can go nowhere anyways.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 05:10 PM   #3716
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Singapore Airlines to launch 7th Daily Hong Kong service in S11

Singapore Airlines starting 27MAR11 is boosting Singapore – Hong Kong service with the introduction of 7th Daily flight, operated by Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
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SQ890 SIN0735 – 1120HKG 772 D
SQ860 SIN0830 – 1215HKG 77W D
SQ856 SIN0930 – 1330HKG 388 D
SQ866 SIN1330 – 1715HKG 772 D
SQ872 SIN1505 – 1850HKG 333 D
SQ002 SIN1750 – 2135HKG 77W D
SQ870 SIN1900 – 2245HKG 772 D

SQ001 HKG0800 – 1140SIN 77W D
SQ859 HKG1030 – 1410SIN 772 D
SQ891 HKG1230 – 1610SIN 772 D
SQ863 HKG1330 – 1710SIN 77W D
SQ861 HKG1520 – 1905SIN 388 D
SQ865 HKG1830 – 2210SIN 772 D
SQ871 HKG1955 – 2335SIN 333 D

SQ872/871 from 27MAR11 operates with Airbus A330-300
SQ866/865 from 01MAY11 operates with Boeing 777-300ER

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Dragonair further boosts Hong Kong – Kaohsiung service in S11 to 6 daily!!!

Dragonair is further boosting Hong Kong – Kaohsiung service starting 27MAR11. The oneWorld affiliate carrier is increasing from existing 32 weekly to 42 weekly flights. Previously the carrier planned to increase service to 35 weekly.
Schedule:

KA432 HKG0900 – 1030KHH 330 D
KA436 HKG1240 – 1410KHH 330 D
KA454 HKG1450 – 1620KHH 320 35
KA454 HKG1645 – 1815KHH 320 x35
KA430 HKG1810 – 1935KHH 330 D
KA452 HKG1935 – 2100KHH 321 D
KA450 HKG2155 – 2320KHH 330 D
KA453 KHH0730 – 0900HKG 321 D
KA451 KHH0800 – 0925HKG 330 D
KA433 KHH1130 – 1300HKG 330 D
KA437 KHH1505 – 1635HKG 330 D
KA455 KHH1715 – 1840HKG 320 35
KA455 KHH1910 – 2035HKG 320 x35
KA431 KHH2035 – 2200HKG 330 D

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Expansion: Spanair launches flights to Charlotte, Hong Kong
16 February 2011
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Spanish air carrier Spanair has launched new flights to Charlotte, in the USA, and Hong Kong.

The route between Madrid and Charlotte will be operated jointly with US Airways as of May 14.

The flights to Hong Kong started yesterday under a code-share agreement with Lufthansa via Frankfurt and Munich.
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Expansion: Spanair launches flights to Charlotte, Hong Kong
16 February 2011
Expansion

Spanish air carrier Spanair has launched new flights to Charlotte, in the USA, and Hong Kong.

The route between Madrid and Charlotte will be operated jointly with US Airways as of May 14.

The flights to Hong Kong started yesterday under a code-share agreement with Lufthansa via Frankfurt and Munich.
I read "Spanair launches between Charlotte (USA) and Hong Kong."
Spanish, Charlotte and Hong Kong: three things that don't connect at all.
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Spring Airlines Selects AsiaPay as Payment Service Provider for Its Online Flight Booking in Hong Kong and Overseas

HONG KONG, Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Spring Airlines, the largest premier low-cost carrier in China has launched AsiaPay's advanced payment processing solution for its online customers in Hong Kong and overseas, to securely and conveniently make online payments for bookings on www.china-sss.com.

As a leading electronic payment service, solution and technology provider in Asia, AsiaPay strives to offer Spring Airlines its award-winning payment processing solution -- PayDollar, an advanced, multi-currency, multi-lingual, multi-card and multi-channel payment solution tailored to Asian market that is highly- customizable to meet specific industry needs.

The integration of AsiaPay's single-interface payment platform "PayDollar" allows Spring Airlines to offer its online customers to pay for online bookings in local currencies initially in HKD or USD, using credit card as well as other payment options locally preferred in Asia. Besides, Spring Airlines can also enjoy the award-winning anti-fraud management tools on PayDollar platform which is tailored for Spring Airlines' payment fraud control needs.

Not only Spring Airlines can enjoy enhanced sales bringing more payment convenience to its customers in Hong Kong and overseas markets, it also enjoys time to market and cost savings, riding on PayDollar's ready broad acquiring banks and alternate payment network in Asia. Besides, Spring Airlines can also benefit from productivity savings with integrated payment processing and settlement management across countries and across payment options daily. And, the advanced real-time anti-fraud tool set helps Spring Airlines to effectively manage payment risks along the growth of online ticket sales overseas.

Spring Airlines spokesman Zhang Wu'an said: "Spring Airlines selects AsiaPay as its payment processing provider in Hong Kong and overseas because of its professional localized service and strong brand awareness in Hong Kong. This partnership will enable Spring Airlines' online customers to pay for their flight purchase in an easy and secure way, while enhancing customer confidence and loyalty. As a reliable online payment player, AsiaPay integrates and simplifies the process of payment processing and fund settlement across Asia and payment options. It will considerably enhance our operation efficiency, productivity savings as well as fraud management effectiveness."

"AsiaPay is honored to serve Spring Airlines, sharing our track record and ePayment processing and management experience in serving airline industry in Asia. We are pleased to offer Spring Airlines not only the latest payment technologies and solutions but also our professional local service and technical support throughout Asia. We strive to bring the latest ePayment technologies and values to Spring Airlines to support their continued growth of online sales and expansion in the region", said, Joseph Chan, CEO of AsiaPay.

About AsiaPay

Founded in 2000, AsiaPay, a premier electronic payment solution and technology vendor and payment service provider, strives to bring advanced, secure, integrated and cost-effective electronic payment processing solutions and services to banks, corporate and eBusinesses in the worldwide market, covering international credit card, debit card and other prepaid card payments. AsiaPay is an accredited payment processor and payment gateway solution vendor for banks, certified IPSP for merchants, certified international 3D-Secure vendor for Visa, MasterCard, American Express and JCB. AsiaPay offers its variety of award-winning payment solutions that are multi-currency, multi-lingual, multi-card and multi-channel, together with its advanced fraud detection and management solutions. Headquartered in Hong Kong, AsiaPay offers its professional ePayment solution consultancy and quality local service support across its other 8 offices in Asia including: Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Mainland China, Taiwan and Vietnam. For more information, please visit www.asiapay.com and www.paydollar.com .

About Spring Airlines

One of the first privately owned airlines in China, Spring Airlines was founded in 2005 by China's number one domestic travel agency, Spring Travel. In five short years, the company has come to be recognized as China's premier budget airline, with its main headquarters in Shanghai and bases in Shenyang. Since its maiden flight on 18 July 2005, Spring has since built up a modern and advanced fleet of 21 Airbus A320 aircraft flying over 50 routes across China to such destinations as Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Kunming, Xiamen, Shenyang, Harbin, Urumqi, Haikou, Guilin, Wenzhou, Qingdao, and so on. We also opened the international flights, from Shanghai to Hong Kong, Shijiazhuang (Beijing) to Hong Kong, and Shanghai to Japan. Despite this rapid expansion, the company's goal remains simple: offer safe, low-cost, punctual, efficient and friendly travel for all!
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